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Treaty Advisory Committee To Meet

Thursday, April 7, 2016 @ 5:56 AM

Prince George, B.C.- The Prince George Treaty Advisory Committee will be holding a  meeting next week and the public is invited to attend.

The Committee is made up of elected  local  government representatives from communities throughout the Central Interior.  The Prince George representative is  Councillor Murry Krause.

The Advisory Committee has had a representative  at the  table during  treaty negotiations to represent the interests of local communities.

The meeting of the  Advisory Committee is set for  Tuesday April 12th,  in the Boardroom of the Regional District of Fraser Fort George.   It is set to get underway at 1 p.m.

The Lheidli T’enneh have recently announced they will be holding a second  vote on the  final  agreement  negotiated  nearly 10 years ago.  Their vote will take place in October of this year.


What? Treaty and Lheidli T’enneh in the same article and it is open for comments?
My gawd, heads are gonna roll on this one.

Why would they have Murry there? Probably because he rammed the renaming of Fort George Park down everyone’s throat.

    Could Murray be there because he thinks he knows what the problems are?
    Or, is this another gravy train for certain politicos?

    Some of the land in the Treaty overlaps the municipality.

What’s being offered to the First Nations this time? Would be nice to see the offer don’t ya think?

It’s like every time, everywhere, in the last 20 years in this province.

Just say ‘NO’ and hand the bill to the 95%+ of the province that aren’t ‘first peoples’.

Hey ‘first peoples’ – how did you compensate the bands / tribes / communities / social groups that you took land and equity from amongst yourselves?

The current situation is beyond belief, and buoyed by a ridiculous sense of white guilt.

Contribute to this country, or politely step aside.

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